Category Archives: Health and Safety

Responding to Coronavirus in Your Child Care Program

How will your child care program respond to the Coronavirus? What should you prepare? How can you best protect the children and families? Here are some resources and links when responding to Cornavirus in your child car program. Remember, if … Continue reading

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CPR and First Aid Classes

We are happy to announce a new partnership with Water Safety Consultants. Look no further in finding quality and affordable training for yourmandated CPR, AED or First Aid training. Their program is custom designedto meet each state’s regulations. Blended classes … Continue reading

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Food Allergies and Young Children

by Beth If that moment hasn’t arrived yet, odds are that it will in your future.  You will have a child with food allergies in your classroom or home daycare. According to The Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Network (FAAN), one … Continue reading

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Young Children and Diabetes

by Ellen November is Diabetes Awareness Month. When most people think of diabetes, they tend to think that it has to do with eating too much sugar or being overweight.  For children diagnosed with Type 1 (or Juvenile) Diabetes, this … Continue reading

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